Parenting mediation

Parenting mediation

Mediation takes a conciliatory pathway and the Mediator’s role is not to choose sides, or decide who is “the better parent” – it is to help both parents form a co-operative parenting arrangement for their children and one which is practical.

Your Mediation should be approached as a problem-solving exercise. The skills required for a successful Mediation are quite different from those used in advocacy. It is not the other lawyer or the Mediator who needs to be convinced – it is the person/parent on the other side of the table.

A Mediator facilitates communication, promotes understanding, assists the parties to identify their needs and interests and uses creative problem-solving techniques to enable the parties to reach their own agreement.
Your Mediation will include educational research, age appropriate suggestions for the children’s schedules, information on how conflict between parents can affect children and suggestions for separating maturely so that you are able to choose to engage in a co-parenting relationship sooner rather than later.

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